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Waheguru Ji Rare books and contemporary records on the bloody Partition of India Partition of India - SGPC Records (1946-47) Vol. 2, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (1946-47) Download / Read Rawalpindi, Prabodh Chandra (1947) Download / Read Select Newspaper Coverage - Partition of India (1947) Download / Read Khooni Saal Diyan Khooni Holiyan (Gurmukhi), Giani Kartar Singh (1947) Download / Read 1947 Da Khooni Itihaas (Gurmukhi), Avtar Singh Bedi (1947) Download / Read Partition of India - Report on Atrocities, Ministry of Relief and Rehabilitation, Government of India (1948) Download / Read The Punjab Tragedy (1947), Prof. Darbara Singh (1949) Download / Read Now It Can Be Told, Prof. Amar Nath Bali (1949) Download / Read Stern Reckoning, Justice Gopal Das Khosla (1949) Download / Read Muslim League Attack on Sikhs and Hindus in the Punjab 1947, Prof. Gurbachan Singh Talib (1950) Download / Read Punjab Vich Sikhan-Hinduaan Upar Kite Gye Muslim Leeg De Hamle Di Vithiya 1947 (Gurmukhi), Prof. Gurbachan Singh Talib (1951) Download / Read A Diary of the Partition Days 1947, Dr. Ganda Singh (1960) Download / Read The Partition Of The Punjab - Dr. Kirpal Singh's PhD Thesis (1966) Download / Read The Partition Of The Punjab, Dr. Kirpal Singh (1972) Download / Read Sikhan De Pakistan Vichon Niklan Di Gaatha (Gurmukhi), Dr. Kirpal Singh (2001) Download / Read Select Documents on Partition of Punjab - 1947: India and Pakistan, Dr. Kirpal Singh (1988, 2005) Download / Read Bharat Di Azadi Da Agman Ate Sikh Sthiti (Gurmukhi), Dr. Kirpal Singh (2009) Download / Read (Digitized books courtesy Punjab Digital Library | www.panjabdigilib.org and other sources) Rawalpindi Riots of 1926 - SGPC Report Download/Read Source: https://partitionof1947.blogspot.com/?m=0
This looks interesting. Marina Wheeler is Boris Johnson's first wife who has four kids with him. Her mother was from a Sikh background by the looks of it. According to this DM article, she looks like she wants to discover her 'lost heritage'. This is pertinent to me because recently I've been spending time with younger mixed race relatives, and some of the older ones now seem to resent being encouraged to be indifferent to the Sikh side of their heritage when growing up. Ms Wheeler was able to speak to her mother, Dip Singh, about her experiences in India, before she died of bowel cancer in February. When her mother was 14, they were forced to flee their side of the Punjab after it ended up on the side of Pakistan. Her family left their comfortable life and moved to Delhi, though Ms Wheeler says she has no recollection of ever meeting her grandfather. She told GMB: 'I was brought up very British - I don't know any Indian languages - and my mother made this conscious decision not to teach us any. 'It was this complete blank canvas, this whole side of my heritage, and I wanted to discover that. Speaking to Radio 4 about her mother, Ms Wheeler said: 'On one level it is simply that she came from a generation who didn't talk about their lives. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8941359/Boris-Johnsons-ex-wife-Marina-Wheeler-says-couple-years-traumatic.html#comments